Trilobite!: Eyewitness to Evolution


Author: Richard Fortey

“At last, I found a trilobite. The rock simply parted around the animal, like some sort of revelation. I was left holding two pieces of rock–surely what I held was the textbook come alive. The long thin eyes of the trilobite regarded me and I returned the gaze. More compelling than any pair of blue eyes, there was a shiver of recognition across 500 million years.”,,From the….Read More

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